Play Alloa: Clacks Families is our monthly parent/carer support group held one Friday morning of each month. These sessions are an opportunity for the parents and carers of children or adults with disabilities or additional support needs (ASN) to get together and socialise in an informal environment, whilst also receiving useful information from a range of guest speakers.
In the last year, we have had the pleasure of welcoming various guest speakers to talk about issues such as: relaxation therapy, fuel poverty, legal advice, self-directed support, mediation and advocacy.
You do not have to be a Play Alloa service user to come to these sessions, and childcare can also be provided if you call ahead in advance. If you have any questions about these sessions, or have any suggestions for future sessions, please do not hesitate to contact us on (01259) 721511 or [email protected]
Our next meeting...
Please come along to our next Clacks Families parent/carer event.
Details of this meeting are follows:
Date: Friday 4th May 2018 Time: 10am - 12pm Venue: Play Alloa Base, 19 Broad Street, Alloa, FK10 1AN.
This is a great opportunity to get together with other parents/carers and professionals and chat about issues that are important to you. Please note, your child does not need to be a member of Play Alloa to attend. Creche can be provided if booked in advance, and refreshments will be available.
Parent /Carer Information Base
Next time you’re in the Play Alloa why not have a look at the leaflets and information booklets that are available for parents and carers on the leaflet stand in the Parent Information Base?
These leaflets and booklets are from previous parent and carer information sessions and are free for you to take away.
Other Useful Information
You can find links to other organisations on our links page.
Forth Valley Sexual Health have developed a range of photo stories designed especially for young adults with additional support needs. These are very useful to help parents and carers talk to their child about sex and relationships. Click below to find out more.
The 'Cool Heads' booklet is designed specifically for young people who may have to cope with forms of stress that adults do not. This booklet looks at the kind of things that your child might find stressful and offers advice on how they can deal with their feelings. Access the booklet by clicking the link below.